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Mary Altman and John Pinson, though each traveling alone on business, savored some conversation with their barbecue last week as they sat together at one of 4 Rivers Smokehouse's large picnic tables in Winter Park. The two discovered they both live in...
How odd is Orlando? So odd that Ripley's snapped up 70 items this week from Floridians cashing in on possessions such as art made from M&M's, a giant hairball from a cow and a shrunken head. But Ripley's balked at a vampire bat with a painting of...
State leaders are arming Florida's law-enforcement officers with additional training that will help them recognize and appropriately respond to human trafficking. Florida, a hub for runaways, is one of the highest ranking states for tips reported to...
WHAT: Fun Spot America marks its 15th birthday and the grand opening of new rides Saturday. The expansion of the attraction, near International Drive, includes its first roller coasters — the steel, suspended Freedom Flyer and Orlando's only...
Tags: Kissimmee, Services and Shopping
Eddie Nickell and Nicholas Olivieri of the The FMI Restaurant Group have sold the current locations of Prickly Pear and Nick's Italian Kitchen in Thornton Park. "We are looking to relocate those restaurants to the International Drive area," says Nickell....
Tags: Thornton Park, Orlando Restaurants
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Orange Gene's Auto Sales LLC, auto sales, 1909 S. Orange Blossom Trail, Apopka, 32703. Aaqua...
The Hartford CourantWestinghouse Electric Co. is taking steps to close one of its two Windsor operations, the Windsor Fuel Components Facility on Addison Road. Employees learned Friday morning that Westinghouse is negotiating with a boilermakers union to close the plant,...
When the sweat drips from your brow and the asphalt seems to melt your shoes, bring on the brain freeze. From Italian ices to velvety gelato to gourmet turns on comfort food, there are sips, slurps and swallows to soothe the rising temperatures. Here...
"It's raining men?" More like storming. Organizers for Gay Days in Orlando expect 170,000 guys (and girls) ready to shout out loud at this year's celebration tailored to all colors in the lifestyle rainbow. That's a step up from last year's crowd of...
The Ripley's "odditorium" on International Drive will join in the celebration of World Juggling Day with free events on Saturday, June 15. Local jugglers will perform in shows beginning at 1 p.m. Jugglers of all skill levels can participate, but it's...
The Orlando Sentinel reported last month that SeaWorld Entertainment Inc. doesn't expect to pay any cash income taxes for several years. So when exactly will the profitable company become a cash taxpayer? Apparently not until 2018. SeaWorld...
Christner's Del Frisco's Prime Steak & Lobster at 729 Lee Road in Orlando officially shortens its name to Christner's Prime Steak & Lobster on June 2, ending a 20-year licensing agreement with Del Frisco's of Dallas. The owners added their name to the...
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